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Housing, Theory and Society sits down with Mark Stephens to talk about his recent focus article "How Housing Systems are Changing and Why: A Critique of Kemeny’s Theory of Housing Regimes" https://doi.org/10.1080/14036096.2020.1814404Housing Studies talks to Dallas Rogers about his special issue editorial "Thinking relationally about housing and ho…
 
Housing Theory and Society sits down with Ann Nilsen to talk about her new paper; Synchrony of Intersecting Temporalities in Young People’s Housing Transitions: Intergenerational Cross-national Comparisonshttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14036096.2019.1653361Housing Studies talks to Lynne McMordie about her recent award winning paper; A…
 
Julie Lawson from Housing Theory and Society sits down with Boram Kimhur, Housing Institutions and Governance, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands. They talk about Boram's focus article: How to Apply the Capability Approach to Housing Policy? Concepts, Theories and Challengeshttp…
 
Special Two-Part Episode on COVID-19 and housing:PART 2Beth Watts reports on how the editorial approach at Housing Studies is changing to recognise the impacts of the pandemic. We also hear reports from two leading homelessness scholars:1) Cameron Parsell from the University of Queensland reflects on the ways that COVID-19 is impacting people exper…
 
Special Two-Part Episode on COVID-19 and housing:PART 1Emma Power and Dallas Rogers reflect on the responsibilities of housing scholars and journals during the pandemic, and talk about their recent Editorial:Housing policy and the COVID-19 pandemic: the importance of housing research during this health emergencyThe Editorial is open access here:htt…
 
Special Two-Part Episode on Crisis:- Julie Lawson talks to three guests: 1) Professor Barry Goodchild from Sheffield Hallam University about the paper 'Modernity, Materiality and Domestic Technology: A Case Study of Cooling and Heating from South Australia'. The paper is available at: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14036096.2019.160057…
 
Special Two-Part Episode on Crisis:- Beth Watts from Housing Studies sits down with Prof Iain Whilte from the University of Waikato. They talk about Iain's his new paper, co-authored with Gauri Nandedkar, which is called 'The housing crisis as an ideological artefact: Analysing how political discourse defines, diagnoses, and responds'. The paper is…
 
In this episode:- Desiree Fields, Lecturer in the Department of Geography at The University of California, Berkeley, talks to Julie Lawson from Housing, Theory and Society about how digital platforms are changing housing markets and how housing researchers can get to grips with the logics underpinning these platforms. - Beth Watts sits down with Ha…
 
We're talking about self-organised housing, urban activism, the post-political, riots and homelessness. Part 1Beth Watts is talking homelessness with to her colleagues Glen Bramley and Suzanne Fitzpatrick. Glen is Professor of Urban Studies at the Institute for Social Policy, Housing, and equalities research (I-SPHERE) at Heriot-Watt University in …
 
We're talking about the self-organised housing, urban activism, the post-political, riots and homelessness. Part 1Beth Watts is talking homelessness with to her colleagues Glen Bramley and Suzanne Fitzpatrick. Glen is Professor of Urban Studies at the Institute for Social Policy, Housing, and equalities research (I-SPHERE) at Heriot-Watt University…
 
We're talking about the financialisation of housing, LGBT+ and housing, and housing as a site of emotions and relationship building. Dr Julie Lawson from Housing Theory and Society talks to Professor Willem Korthals Altes about his new article, Annington versus Deutsche Annington: Private Equity and Housing in the Anglo-Saxon and Rhenish Contexts. …
 
This month we're reporting from the Housing Studies Association Conference in Sheffield, UK. Julie Lawson from Housing Theory and Society talks to Professor Alan Morris about his new book, Gentrification and Displacement: The Forced Relocation of Public Housing Tenants in Inner-Sydney(Springer). https://www.uts.edu.au/staff/alan.morrisDallas Rogers…
 
This month we are reporting from the Australasian Housing Researchers Conference in Adelaide, Australia. Joining us in Adelaide is Julie Lawson, Associate Editor of Housing Theory and Society, and Emma Power, Editor of the International Journal of Housing Policy. We Skype in with Beth Watts a little later in the podcast to see what’s happening over…
 
January 2019 - The Best Housing Research from the Best Housing Journals.Produced by the leading Taylor and Francis housing journals: - The International Journal of Housing Policy @IJHPEditors- Housing Studies @HousingJournal- Housing Theory and SocietyFor more information see: ijhp.online/Contact: Dr Dallas Rogersdallas.rogers@sydney.edu.au…
 
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